Farm to Fork - Served up Outword Style608

Always fresh, locally grown when we can, Farm to Fork has become a way of life here in Sacramento. Most new restaurants play heavy on the fact that they try to source what’s in season, what’s locally grown and then they make it delicious. Then there are companies, like Farm Fresh to You that make it very easy to eat farm fresh, because they deliver fruits, veggies, eggs, milk and much more straight to your front door. So, with this issue of Outword we pay homage to good eating, Sacramento style.

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See A Drive-In Double Feature For Free!

By Chris Narloch

In addition to the lower housing costs, one of my favorite aspects of living in Rancho Cordova is its proximity to the last drive-in movie theater in the Sacramento area, and one of the last in California. (Only several hundred drive-in theaters remain in the entire United States.)

So I am especially pleased to announce that the West Wind Sacramento 6 Drive-in in Rancho Cordova will be having their annual Free Movie Night this Thursday, September 13th, 2018.

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Equality California Endorses Openly LGBTQ Local Candidates Across the State

Endorsed Candidates Include Adam Spickler, State's First Openly Transgender Man to Win Elected Office

Equality California, the nation’s largest statewide LGBTQ civil rights organization, announced the endorsements of 10 openly LGBTQ candidates running for local office in 2018. The candidates are among a surge of openly LGBTQ Californians seeking public office across the state — and a record number of LGBTQ candidates running throughout the country this year.

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Rainbow Chamber Announces 3 Nominees for 2018 Business Leader of Yearrcc

The Sacramento Rainbow Chamber has announced three nominees for the 2018 Business Leader of the Year: Tina Reynolds of Uptown Studios; Paul Weubbe of Laughton Properties Inc. and Billy’s Farm; and Janet Smith of Lucky Buddy Petcare.

The Chamber’s Business Leader of the Year Award recognizes an individual who has contributed to the Chamber and demonstrated leadership in the LGBT and business communities. Honorees are chosen by a selection committee consisting of past honorees. Steven Walker of FastBreak Tech and Jason Russell of Russell CPAs shared the Business Leader of the Year honor for 2017. The three nominees will be recognized and the 2018 Business Leader announced at the Chamber’s annual scholarship and awards gala, Boas & Bowties, on Thursday, September 20, at the Hilton Sacramento Arden West. The event is the primary fundraiser for the Rainbow Chamber Foundation’s scholarship program for LGBTQ and allied students. Visit for more information and to purchase tickets.

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Sam Smith & Beth Ditto Turned Golden 1 Center Pink

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If you were lucky enough to score tickets to Sam Smith’s sold-out show at Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center last Friday evening, Aug. 24, then you already know that Mr. Smith and Beth Ditto performed the California capital’s queer concert of the year.

Both artists are openly gay, and Ms. Ditto provided a ferociously soulful opening set that ranged from an impressive cover of “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” – which she dedicated to the late Aretha Franklin -- to the 37-year-old singer’s own songs, which fuse soul, dance, and rock music to wonderful effect.

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